SICK is a slightly inappropriate card game for kids 10 to 100 inspired by Mad Libs, Apples To Apples, and Cards Against Humanity.
SICK is a slightly inappropriate card game for kids 10 to 100 inspired by Mad Libs, Apples To Apples, and Cards Against Humanity. Read more
SICK is the slightly inappropriate fill-in-the-blank card game that will have your tweens and teens (and you) laughing together again.
Hey there! I'm a dad of four kids ages 16, 15, 12, and 10. They've outgrown Apples To Apples, but they're not horrible...I mean, old enough for Cards Against Humanity yet. So, I created SICK - Slightly Inappropriate Cards For Kids. It's juuust right.
For 3-10 players, ages 10 to adult. 30-45 minutes playtime.
Every player draws 10 white answer cards. One player (the dealer) draws a red question card and reads it out loud.
Everyone else slides their SICKest white answer card to the dealer. The dealer then reads the question and answers to the group.
The dealer decides who had the SICKest answer. That player wins the red question card. The first player to win 10 red cards is the victor...and the SICKest of them all.
For the visual learners...watch this:
SICK is an (approximately) 2.5lb brick of cards! 500 in all: 90 red question cards and 410 white answer cards.
Some questions to answer. Some blanks to fill...
Answers cover every topic imaginable (and some you'd never want to imagine)...
And many more!
Back SICK today and receive your copy in time to play it this Christmas!
Reviews from some SICK people...
More hilarious SICK card combinations...
Special thanks to Gabriella (16), Gresham (14), Penelope (12), and Sambhaji (10) for many months of testing SICK. And for the courage to say "that's stupid, Dad" again and again until SICK was finally something you wanted your friends to come over and play. Let's hope this game pays for your college/technical school educations so you can move out and I can turn your bedrooms into a highly profitable off-the-books casino.
Risks and challenges
SICK will be manufactured overseas in a fair labor certified facility. The game will be transported by boat and train to the U.S., so delays may occur that are beyond our control.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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